Monastrell has long been the key component in wines from Valencia and Murcia, and is thought to have originated around the town of Murviedro near Valencia.

It is also grown widely across the Pyrenees in southern France, where it is known as Mourvedre. It is late ripening and thus well suited to hot, dry winegrowing areas, which is why it does so well in regions on the Mediterranean coast.

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Luzon Alaja Cosecha Monastrell

Deeply coloured and highly tannic, this Red Wine is perfect for those days when you want to drink something big. Intense cherry red colour with purple hue background. On the nose, a very attractive aromas of fruit with standing out hints of ripe fruit. Very good structure on the palate, fresh, fruity, lively and balanced with the typical notes from the Monastrell grape. Consider decanting this red wine before drinking.

Luzon Finca Roble

A deep Cherry red and violet trim makes this Red Wine stand out. On the nose, aromas of fresh red fruit, sweet spices, roasted and coffee notes predominate. In the mouth it is fleshy, soft and fresh. Ripe and sweet tannins. They burn the inside of the barrels hence the smoky taste, same as with bourbon.